There is a reason those extra classes are required.
Generally speaking, the lower the quality of the education, the more likely you are to be able to avoid 'extraneous' classes.
yeah i noticed that too. but i dont know of any vocational schools or any type of school that exist that just teach you programming, or if youd even get hired.
i also dont want to spend 8 fucking semesters in school again. i want to start working and making money, id like to learn something but not for 4 years because i dont want to be paying student loans off the rest of my life, and 4 years seems like a longer time than necessary to learn programming anyway. are you really using that full 4 years to learn about computers and programming? no.
i dont do well in classes i dont care about, im not good at college math classes, so if i even get into a state school, i will probably drop out. i just want to program computers, because i like it and im interested in it unlike the other subjects.
id like some school that is discrete in programming, no bs classes, and is around 2 years long or less... a lot to ask for, but hey this is america.
got any suggestions anyone?